Welcome to the Lareau lab. Our research uses computational and molecular biology to understand how post-transcriptional regulation leads to robust and flexible control of gene expression.

Liana Lareau is a fellow of the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) at UC Berkeley. We are also affiliated with the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology and the Center for Computational Biology.

news

[11/2018] Very big news: Liana has accepted a tenure-track position as an assistant professor in Berkeley's Department of Bioengineering, to start January 2019. Exciting times ahead as the Lareau lab expands in our new home.

[7/2018] The lab's first paper is out in Nature Structural & Molecular Biology! Great work from Robert Tunney and Nicholas McGlincy: "Accurate design of translational output by a neural network model of ribosome distribution"

[5/2018] Congratulations to Dr. Robert Tunney, proud holder of a PhD in Computational Biology and first graduate of the lab! Rob is heading to 23andMe as a research scientist.

contact:

Liana Lareau
Barker Hall, room 424
University of California, Berkeley
lareau@berkeley.edu